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A year after my Rebel Brother

In January last year (2019) 21 years old young rebel SYED RUBAAN HUSSAIN – Commander Al- Badr was martyred along with his two associates, while fighting Indian soldiers in disputed Jammu & Kashmir’s Budgam – Hapatnar Char-E-Sharief area in an encounter (which ran for almost 24 hours). Ruban’s Elder Brother Syed Tajamul Imran pen’s down the experience with his brother …

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TRUMP’S INDIA VISIT

BY NAEEM KANDWAL, [email protected] History testifies that whenever an American president visits any country in the Middle East or Asia, he has two goals. The first is the political and the second the economic. Trump arrived on Monday for a two day visit. Trump’s plane landed at the airport around 11:40am in Ahmad Abad India. Moody was already at the …

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Media, The Mirror

Media – print or electronic – is a mirror portraying the genuine picture of the events and incidences taking place in the world. Media has dual responsibility of depicting the right scenario in the right perspective and then bear the brunt of the incumbent de’facto. There are two kinds of governance patterns in under developed countries, one de’facto and the …

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Mediatory initiative in Kashmir by UN is indubitable

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, The people of Jammu & Kashmir are grateful to Mr. Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations for having spared time in Islamabad, in the midst of myriad pressures, to discuss the very grave situation in Kashmir – a situation of a threat to the peace and stability of the South Asian Subcontinent and …

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Ambassador of Kashmir and need for a course correction

Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani, Prime Minister of Pakistan keeps enormous confidence and holds on to a convincing narrative, in his defence of the aggressed people of the Valley. After the UN General Assembly speech, he has continued to use all available occasions to flag the Indian suppression. So far, so good and he should be commended. Is that enough, to …

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Pangolin identified as a potential link for Coronavirus spread

By Dr: Abdul Razak Shaikh,   Researchers in Guangzhou, China, have suggested that pangolins long-snouted, ant-eating mammals often used in traditional Chinese medicine is the probable animal source of the coronavirus outbreak that has is wreaking havoc worldwide. Scientists say that the suggestion, based on a genetic analysis seems plausible but cautioned that the researchers’ work is yet to be …

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India: World’s biggest prison for Netizens

By Naila Altaf Kayani, It is hard to believe in today's time of connectivity that in Kashmir more than seven million people are experiencing more than 180 days of internet black out. This blockade was imposed on August 5th last year and is the longest ever recorded in the history of internet and the longest by any democracy in human …

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Weaker health system may cause coronavirus epidemics in Pakistan

By Dr. Abdul Razak Shaikh Pakistanis stranded in China started arriving in Islamabad on Monday as the government resumed flight operations to the virus that hit the country. Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad later in the day, Special Assistant to Prime Minister for Health Dr. Zafar Mirza clarified that none of the passengers that arrived in the country …

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Modi’s Nationalism-Hollow Democracy

History has repeated itself. The course of independence in the subcontinent has re-emerged. But this time it only evoked within a conflict region, Indian Occupied Kashmir, which has of course influenced the national and international politics. Kashmir has never gained justice since the prolonged decades. The people of Kashmir had been betrayed, terrorized and thoroughly victimized. August has once again …

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Locusts in Sindh: Farmers unhappy over government efforts

By Dr Abdul Razak Shaikh, Locusts meaning in Urdu is tiddi, many districts of Sindh have reported the spread of locusts, species of short-horned grasshoppers which are threating many agricultural crops. Swarms of locusts have spread to six districts of Sindh after initially attacking Khairpur, sparking fears of large-scale crop devastation in barrage areas. Farmers had to bear losses of …

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